Montrose, Michigan (PressExposure) October 01, 2013 -- CertifiedMoldInspectors.com has introduced its newly-expanded international directory of Certified Mold Inspectors and Certified Mold Remediators to enable property owners, managers, and tenants to find qualified mold testing and mold removal services in the USA, Canada, Europe, Middle East, and Asia.
The mold inspector database is organized by country and state/province and it is available free and online at certifiedmoldinspectors.com. The included mold inspection and mold remediation professionals have been educated and certified by the E.H.A. at ecology-college.com online, or now at the E.H.A.'s newly-opened mold inspector and environmental hygienist training center in Montrose, Michigan, north east of Lansing.
CertifiedMoldInspectors.com suggests that mold inspection and testing is very advisable in any of these four situations: (1) when purchasing a home, condo, or commercial building; (2) if any resident or workplace employee is experiencing any of the top 100 mold health symptoms and mold illnesses listed at http://www.moldinspector.com (3) the home or building has current or previous roof leaks, plumbing leaks, or flooding; and (4) mold growth is visible anywhere in the building, including inside the attic, basement, crawl space, and heating/cooling ducts.
Exposure to elevated levels of indoor toxic mold at home and at work can cause over 100 major medical problems including, but not limited to, lung cancer, permanent brain damage, and severe respiratory problems. Read the top 100 mold health problems at moldinspector.com.
CertifiedMoldInspectors.com works closely with the Mold Victim Rights Association through its website moldvictimrights.com to assist toxic mold victims who have been mold-endangered in these ten mold-infested circumstances
1. Working in a mold-contaminated workplace;
2. Living in a moldy rental house, apartment, condo, office, or commercial building;
3. Being a guest in a moldy hotel, motel, or resort room;
4. Occupying a moldy home purchased from a seller or new home builder who failed to disclose known mold infestations;
5. Suffering water leak and resulting mold damage problem caused by an adjacent or nearby condominium, apartment, or other rental unit;
6. Paying mortgage payments to a lender for a mold-infested house, condo, or commercial building;
7. Not being able to pay for needed mold removal services because the insurance company has wrongfully denied a water or mold damage insurance claim;
8. Living or working in a moldy house or building that was improperly or incompletely mold remediated by a mold removal company;
9. Occupying or being employed in a building that has been water and mold damaged by a careless or untrained building contractor such as a roofing, plumbing, or air conditioning company; and
10. Being a student or teacher in a mold-infested school.